Stefan Tino Kulnik is a physiotherapist and rehabilitation scientist with over 20 years’ experience in clinical practice and applied clinical research. Following his doctoral training at King’s College London and his postdoctoral position at Kingston University & St. George’s University of London, he joined the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Digital Health and Prevention as Principal Investigator in 2019. In his program lines at the institute, Stefan Tino Kulnik supports the development of digital intervention concepts through exploratory research, and he leads clinical evaluation studies of new interventions, incorporating methodologies for the development and evaluation of complex behavior change interventions (Intervention Mapping, Medical Research Council Framework), implementation of interventions in clinical practice (Implementation Science), and interdisciplinary collaboration and participatory research (Open Innovation in Science, Patient and Public Involvement in research).
Projects under Stefan Tino Kulnik’s program lines include EXPEC, HEALTH, CODIS, Ganz Salzburg Bewegen and the clinical evaluation of aktivplan
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